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Journal Articles International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications Year : 2008

Inflating balls is NP-hard

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Abstract

A collection C of balls in R^d is \delta-inflatable if it is isometric to the intersection U \cap E of some d-dimensional affine subspace E with a collection U of (d+\delta)-dimensional balls that are disjoint and have equal radius. We give a quadratic-time algorithm to recognize 1-inflatable collections of balls in any fixed dimension, and show that recognizing \delta-inflatable collections of d-dimensional balls is NP-hard for \delta \geq 2 and d \geq 3 if the balls' centers and radii are given by numbers of the form a+b\sqrt{c+d\sqrt{e}}, where a, ..., e are integers.
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inria-00331423 , version 1 (12-11-2009)

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Guillaume Batog, Xavier Goaoc. Inflating balls is NP-hard. International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications, 2008. ⟨inria-00331423⟩
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